Stunning Portraits from the Islamic World

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I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course.

Anyone who is lucky enough to have travelled anywhere in the Islamic world will know it is a trove of diversity, colour and remarkable photographic opportunities. As in most travel spots, chief among the photographic opportunities are the people. We think this collection shows a good spread of what can be achieved with portraits when travelling in many places of the Islamic world and might even have you reaching for your passport.

_MG_6488 by sidelife, on Flickr

muslim woman in blue by C. G. P. Grey, on Flickr

abdul by Dave_B_, on Flickr

Desert Rider by Meanest Indian, on Flickr

Ethiopia by babasteve, on Flickr

Zanzibar Lady by AlexGroundwater, on Flickr

face5 by jasejc, on Flickr

Muslims by Daniel Zanini H., on Flickr

Hijab is not mandatory by Nono Fara, on Flickr

Ayat by Beth Rankin, on Flickr

Iman by Daniel Zanini H., on Flickr

Ethiopia by babasteve, on Flickr

Sob o sol by Daniel Zanini H., on Flickr

maulana sahab, khair-ul-minazil, delhi by eenar_6, on Flickr

_MG_6483 by sidelife, on Flickr

We will stay forever by muslim page, on Flickr

Hejaab by Please! Don’t Smile., on Flickr

A look of innocence by Resmi 17, on Flickr

kalash girl by dave watts, on Flickr

spice man by dave watts, on Flickr

In passing by Beth Rankin, on Flickr

Roadside Recluse by Meanest Indian, on Flickr

Roshan Ali, 60, stands in front of the remains of his home in Pakistan’s Sindh Province by DFID – UK Department for International Development, on Flickr

Moharram Fakir by Meanest Indian, on Flickr

Mumbai: Alms Please by babasteve, on Flickr

Blue On Blue by Meanest Indian, on Flickr

Marrakech Merchant by DavidDennisPhotos.com, on Flickr

Matka Wallah by Meanest Indian, on Flickr

Mozambique 01300 by babasteve, on Flickr

FR Society 38: Muslim in Montmartre by francisco_osorio, on Flickr

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